Political Risk

Saudi women can now vote for the first time ever

“Voter registration opened up for women this week in Saudi Arabia, marking the first time in the country’s history that women will be able to cast ballots and run in local elections. While the law granting females the right to vote and run for office was officially enacted four years ago, in September 2011, this week marks the first time that Saudi women are actually able to reap the benefits of the law.”

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